Andy Kline hosts.
Roblin Gray Davis talked about Saturday’s workshop for storytellers;
The Grindhouse-Liberation Film Festival at UAS was discussed;
Bob Tkacz gave a preview of his presentation for the World Affairs Council about International politics and seafood;
We heard from Kate Savage and Ron Antaya from NOAA, about their Wildlife Wednesday talk tonight at UAS;
And Sean Janes from Alaska Powder Descents highlighted tomorrow’s Juneau premiere of the latest film from Teton Gravity Research.
- Authorities re-routed traffic on Egan drive for a half hour after a two-vehicle collision Saturday.
- A French ship docked in Unalaska is bound for Nome, where the crew will lay fiber optic cable.
- Columbia Ferry breaks down and strands tourists in Petersburg.
- Gov. Bill Walker has signed legislation he says will provide more timber for Alaska’s mills. But it probably won’t be that much of an increase.